Diversity and Inclusion Director','0000AANI','!*!
This location may be filled in Buffalo, Chicago or NYC
Strategy Development and Implementation
Provides direction and oversight for the design, development, and implementation of strategic initiatives to achieve US-wide diversity and inclusion goals and aspirations for building diverse and inclusive workforce
Consults and partners with business and HR leaders to identify, diagnose and problem solve workplace representation and inclusion problems
Recommends optimal courses of action that are aligned to the global strategy, external trends and best practices
Provide oversight and ensure effectiveness of 10 Employee Resource Groups
Consulting to or serving on various committees or advisory teams (i.e. USPC, AHAB) engaged in implementing enterprise change
Identifies opportunities for HSBC to take a leadership position in recruiting, retaining, and promoting a diverse workforce
Regulatory and legislative requirements
Ensure compliance with the Affirmative Action and EEOC, and other related legislation in partnership with Legal, HR, and PeopleFluent
Oversee the development and implementation of Affirmative Action Plans
Provide recommendations and expertise with respect to affirmative action plans and goals that are realistic and actionable
Provide strategic guidance on audit requirements as needed and act as a point of contact for regulators
Monitor emerging regulatory issues, and ensure implications are clearly understood by key stakeholders
Identify and escalate key risks resulting from HSBC’s diversity & inclusion practices (or the absence thereof)
Policy and governance
Develop and implement diversity & inclusion policies and programs consistent with strategy to attract, retain and promote diverse workforce
Data analytics, monitoring & measurement
Ensure accurate and timely reporting on progress towards HSBC’s diversity & inclusion goals; analyze data, monitor progress, and provide results & recommendations to HR and senior leaders
Benchmark industry best practices to support strategies and evaluate US-wide progress in creating a diverse and inclusive workforce
Internal Relationship management
Establish strong collaborative relationships with HRGs, and determine how to best achieve a diverse & inclusive culture within their teams
Engage with business leadership and Communications team to drive D&I related messages throughout the US
Partner with Recruitment team to implement and monitor effective diverse recruitment sources for achieving representational goals
Provide consultation and support to committees/groups such as AHAB and Balance to determine unique requirements and alignment to US-wide initiatives
Partner with Corporate Sustainability team to ensure efforts are aligned and ERG members are optimally engaged
External Relationship management
Interface with external organizations to develop partnerships and further developing D&I ambitions for Attraction/Recruitment and Engagement/Retention
Oversee and coordinate external diversity surveys
Oversee and manage key strategic relationships and key events
Employee Resource Groups
Manage and oversee D&I budget of $1.1M
Manage and oversee strategy, initiatives, communications, and budget of 10 Employee Resource Groups; includes engagement with executive sponsors, ERG governance and alignment to global efforts
Provide consultation on new/enhanced actions to support strategy such as Ally program, Returning Parents, Mental Health Awareness, Coaching Circles, and efforts to increase business and client engagement
Ensure awareness of key ERG sponsored events to senior leaders for participation
Training & Development
Oversee and manage participation in D&I sponsored programs (i.e. Taking the Stage, ELC, new Columbia University program)
Oversee and manage implementation of global D&I Learning initiatives (i.e. unconscious bias e-learning)','!*!
Functional Expertise - Successful track record of delivering a suite of HR interventions. Expertise and passion in chosen HR specialism (e.g.
Organizational Development, Learning & Development, Resourcing, Reward, Employee Relations, Talent Management, HR Operations, etc.).
Corporate Exposure - Extensive HR experience within fast-moving, complex and demanding corporate environments where operational HR issues have to be handled on a large scale, and with a need to multitask and deal with ambiguity.
Operating in global markets - Experience of working at an operational level in international environments which drive a true international perspective.
Commercial experience in different markets and cultures.
Managing Change - Experience of working on transformation and/or change programs across dispersed entities. Experience of working with senior teams on restructuring and re-engineering, e.g. following mergers and acquisitions.
Exposure to Corporate Governance - Experience of diverse regulatory frameworks in large multi nationals.
Commercial Awareness - Demonstrate up to date knowledge of the external environment, the competitive landscape and broad macro-economic trends.
Possess an understanding of how to use this knowledge to create competitive advantage, bring traditionally siloed functional specialists together and to think holistically about human capital and organizational culture.
Consultancy Exposure - Experience of, or exposure to, leading consultancies that set stretch benchmarks.
Financial Management - Experience of managing departmental finances, major supplier negotiations and contract management.
Process and Technology - Experience of delivering HR solutions through the design and application of process and technology. Defining and using relevant and competitive HR metrics.
EEO/AA/Minorities/Women/Disability/Veterans','Human Resources','North America-United States-Illinois-Arlington Heights','North America-United States-New York-Depew, North America-United States-New York-Buffalo','Full-time','Day Job','Country vacancy','Country vacancy','07-Mar-2018','09-Mar-2018','Diversity and Inclusion Director
Website : http://www.hsbc.com
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